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Uber and Lyft had been ordered by California’s court docket of appeals to categorise their drivers as workers. In a 74-page opinion, the court docket affirmed the injunction that was issued on August 10th requiring Uber and Lyft to categorise their drivers as workers inside 30 days.
However it’s unlikely this ruling will go into impact earlier than California voters weigh in on a poll measure, Prop 22, that might exempt Uber, Lyft and different gig economic system corporations from the state legislation making it harder to categorise staff as impartial contractors.
The injunction received’t go into impact till 30 days after the appeals ruling. Nonetheless, it’s an indication that Uber and Lyft have rather a lot using on…